ISLAMABAD - Inspector General of Police (IGP), Syed Kaleem Imam has said that the Capital Police would be made friendly police and every possible step to be taken for promoting its relations with public. IGP stated this on Saturday while reviewing the report of Media and Public Relation Centre (MPRC) established exclusively by Islamabad police. It may be mentioned that Islamabad Police is the pioneer force in the country for establishing such centre to enhance relations with public and giving them access to judge the performance of the force. He said that the Capital Police would be made professional force as well as role model for other law enforcement agencies and equipped with modern technology. Twelve television channels are monitored and news regarding police and security matters are noted for further action, he added. Kaleem Imam said that the capacity-building programmes had also been initiated for the officers at MPRC to improve their professional skills of maintaining liaison with the public. A magazine from Islamabad has been also printed while each zone of Islamabad Police is printing its own magazine to highlight performance and make better understanding about the police functions, he maintained. Similarly, Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) has started FM Radio 92.4 to create awareness among road users about the traffic rules while a special informative book has also been issued providing guideline for attaining driving license. The IGP said that Policing Plan with the targets set for the year 2010 and achievements made during 2009 would be made public soon so that people could better evaluate performance of police of the Capital. There is always a room for improvement, the IGP said adding that purpose of establishing MPRC was to get public opinion and inculcate reforms in policing sector. One should present itself for accountability if wants improvement and progress in life. Keeping in view the same aspects, Islamabad Police presented itself for accountability and established MPRC, he maintained.